CASE COMMENT: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION

Single and continuous infringement: The European Commission imposes a record fine for a single and continued infringement of 29 years (Organic Peroxydes)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. EC Comm, 10 December 2003, Organic Peroxide, Case COMP/37.857 Following the accession of the new Member States, the translation services of the Community institutions regularly forfeit, so that official publication in the OJEU is increasingly being replaced by informal publication of basic documents on the Internet, often in English. While the translation problems are still understandable, the Commission's delay in this informal publication is inexcusable and probably contrary to its publication obligations under Article 21 of Regulation No 17 and Article 30 of Regulation No 1/2003. The Organic Peroxides decision dates from 10 December 2003 and was only

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Marc van der Woude, Single and continuous infringement: The European Commission imposes a record fine for a single and continued infringement of 29 years (Organic Peroxydes), 10 December 2003, Concurrences N° 2-2005, Art. N° 1232, pp. 48-49

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